Farnham

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Farnham

(ˈfɑːnəm)
n
(Placename) a town in S England, in NW Surrey. Pop: 36 296 (2001)
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Chloe, 28, and Aaron Bailey, 29, saw the funny side as their PS450 macaron-covered tiers - with caramel, Bakewell tart and G&T - fell to the floor at Northbrook Park near Farnham, Surrey.
His girlfriend Chelsea Mitchell, 28, of Farnham, Surrey, denies assisting an offender.
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Now he has enlisted the help of Stacy Banner after her mother and sister were killed at a puppy farm in Farnham, Surrey, by her stepfather John Lowe.
Last night, relatives of the four - skipper Andrew Bridge, 22, of Farnham, Surrey, James Male, 23, of Southampton, Steve Warren, 52, of Bridgwater, Somerset, and Paul Goslin, 56, of West Camel, Somerset - were facing up to their loss.
Reverend Reynolds is under suspension as rector of his current flock at St Andrew's Church in Farnham, Surrey, where police have joined forces with colleagues in Yorkshire.
Based in Farnham, Surrey, Loaf currently employs 43 staff across three sites and offers a selection of gluten free brownies and muffins, spelt and honey loaves, in response to growing awareness of food intolerance and allergies.
Maggie Groves, manager of the Brightwells Gostrey Centre in Farnham, Surrey, said: "It's the highlight of the year for the elderly and vulnerable people who come here.
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